Dating violence group activities
Tip: when at all possible allow teens to plan and carry out events.Submit a request for a Proclamation to your local elected officials.You can do this activity just for your own class comprehension and analysis. Watch Jarvis for practical instructions on how to film and post it online.We invite your class to stand up and say Stop the Violence in their own way. After you watch the film with your class, talk about what the problems were.We invite your class to participate in the Interactive Film; create and post their own dramatic interventions online.
In this engaging, dynamic, and interactive presentation, you'll learn about healthy and unhealthy relationships and dating violence.
Share your thoughts and what you’ve learned about teen dating violence with everyone you know by posting on social media using the hashtags #teen DVmonth and #loveisrespect! We’ll be hosting the following Twitter chats during Teen DV Month. Help distribute the National Respect Announcement on Feb. Join our Thunderclap to spread the message to your social networks. Remember, love has many definitions, but abuse isn’t one of them.
If you or someone you know has a question about a relationship, healthy or unhealthy, visit or text “loveis” to 22522.
All too often these examples suggest that violence in a relationship is normal, but violence is never acceptable.
The New York State Office for the Prevention of Domestic Violence (OPDV) is pleased to offer the following ideas and resources for schools and communities to raise awareness of Teen Dating Violence.